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Zulema and the witch owl

Xavier Garza

Zulema and the witch owl

by Xavier Garza

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Published by Piñata Books in Houston, Tex .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Behavior -- Fiction,
  • Witches -- Fiction,
  • Mexican Americans -- Fiction,
  • Spanish language materials -- Bilingual

  • About the Edition

    Nine-year-old Zulema, the meanest girl in school, decides to change her wicked ways after receiving a visit from the witch owl.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesZulema y la bruja lechuza
    Statementby por Xavier Garza ; illustrations by Xavier Garza ; Spanish translation, Carolina Villarroel = Zulema y la bruja lechuza / por Xavier Garza ; ilustraciones de Xavier Garza ; traducción al español de Carolina Villarroel.
    GenreFiction.
    ContributionsVillarroel, Carolina.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ73 .G3683 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22513479M
    ISBN 109781558855151
    LC Control Number2008034629
    OCLC/WorldCa245597146

    Xavier Garza is the author of numerous books for kids, including The Donkey Lady Fights La Llorona and Other Stories / La señora Asno se enfrenta a la Llorona y otros cuentos (Piñata Books, ), Maximilian and the Lucha Libre Club (Cinco Puntos. When Vincent discovers that the Ortiz family’s hometown, Catemaco, is known as the “witchcraft capital of the world,” he begins to suspect that Zulema might be a wicked witch owl. As the brave monster fighter learns more about his mysterious crush and her family’s tragic past, the true villain of this adventure swoops in to stir a.

    Zulema and the Witch Owl, Piñata Books (Houston, TX), Stories included in anthologies Penn English: Chicano Writings, Pennsylvania State Press, ; Aztlanahuac Project: Cantos al sexto sol, Wings Press, ; and Once upon a Cuento, Curbstone Press.   The Xavier Garza Papers consist of typescript manuscripts, pencil and ink sketches, acrylic paintings and newspaper and magazine articles related to Lucha Libre: The Man in the Silver Mask, Charro Claus and the Tejas Kid, and Zulema and the Witch Owl.

    It won an Honor Book, Américas Award and a STARRED REVIEW from Críticas Magazine. Juan and the Chupacabras followed in Zulema and the Witch Owl and Charro Claus and the Tejas Kid were both released in September Zulema and the Witch Owl / Zulema Y La Bruja Lechuza (English and Spanish Edition): ISBN () Hardcover, Pinata Books, Spanish.


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Zulema and the witch owl / Zulema y la bruja lechuza — by Xavier Garza Nine-year-old Zulema, the meanest girl in school, decides to change her wicked ways after receiving a visit from the witch owl.

One-dimensional Zulema is “the meanest little girl in the whole wide world,” equally unleashing her wrath at children, adults, puppies and kittens. But she finds her comeuppance in her year-old grandmother, who warns her of the Witch Owl that “always comes looking for Author: Xavier Garza.

Zulema and the Witch Owl/Zulema y La Bruja Lechuza | Zulema Ortiz is the meanest little girl in the whole wide world. She doesn't have any friends, animals run away from her in fear, and her mom doesn't know what to do with her.

But maybe, just maybe, her almost ninety-year-old Grandma Sabina does. Zulema and the Witch Owl / Zulema y la Bruja Lechuza Written and illustrated by Xavier Garza. ISBN Published 31 May Bind Hardcover Pages 32 Price $ Age Group An entertaining bilingual picture book featuring a spooky character from Mexican-American folklore.

Zulema Ortiz is the meanest little girl in the whole wide. Electronic books Fiction Juvenile works Mexicano-americanos Spanish language materials Juvenile fiction Novela juvenil: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Garza, Xavier. Zulema and the witch owl.

Houston, Tex.: Piñata Books, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Fiction, Primary school, Internet resource. Zulema and the Witch Owl/Zulema y La Bruja Lechuza by Xavier Garza (Illustrator), Carolina Villarroel (Translator) starting at $ Zulema and the Witch Owl/Zulema y La Bruja Lechuza has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.

Zulema and the Witch Owl/Zulema y la Bruja Lechuza When Grandma Sabina comes to live with the family, the first thing Zulema says to her is, ”You sure look old and ugly.” Grandma Sabina warns her granddaughter about the Witch Owl who prowls the night looking for mean children, but Zulema laughs defiantly at such a preposterous tale.

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